Feb 14, 2011 11:05pm
Re: Henry Kaiser 1990-01-07 new on archive
Yeah every once in a while, usually when I have nothing in my download queue (VERY rare), I'll see a Kaiser torrent pop up and I'll grab it. I've also streamed one or two things from here in the last year or so.
It's often a refreshing change from the usual stuff I listen to, and often surprisingly really good. There's one on here, forget the date, but it's just all long jams, I need to dig it up. I would encourage anyone to try some of his stuff out if you're looking for something just a little bit different from the norm.
The last Kaiser thing I downloaded was this. The 23 minute "Other One" track has some nice jams.
Henry Kaiser Band
Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
February 12, 1989
Source: unknown soundboard master tape -> Cassette -> Cassette (2nd Generation)
Lineage: 2nd Gen Soundboard Cassette (Mono)->Sony TC-D5M (No Dolby)->
PC/Audacity 1.3.12 @ 44.1KHz/16b -> CD Wave ->FLAC 6
1. Don't Let a Thief Steal into Your Heart (Thompson) 5:12
2. Fishin' Hole (Sloane/Hagen/Spencer) 5:50
3. Mountains of the Moon (Hunter/Garcia) 4:51
4. The Ballad of Shane Muscatell - T. C., vocal 4:07
5. Band Intros 0:38
6. Kind and Gentle Life (?) 9:46
7. Dark Star (Hunter/Garcia) -> 7:21
8. Ode to Billy Joe (Gentry) -> 10:49
9. Madness of Love (Thompson) -> 6:58
10. Dark Star -> 8:41
11. The Other One (Hunter/Weir/Garcia) -> 23:01
12. Liberty Valance (Bacharach/David) 4:12
13. I'm So Glad... (James) 6:08
Total time: 1:37:34.745
Cary Sheldon, vocals
Bruce Anderson, guitar
John Hanes, drums
Hilary Hanes, bass
Henry Kaiser, guitar
Tom Constanten, keyboards
Thanks yet again to T.C. for confirmation of the date, the line-up and
part of the setlist - less first two songs, on his website at http://www.tomconstanten.com/base/1989%20TC%20Base%208.pdf.
can find a higher generation recording of the same show on
archive.org (the date's wrong - http://www.archive.org/details/Kaiser1989-02-11.flac_
missing the first song but not missing all the space between the songs this copy is
missing. Whoever I got the first generation recording from evidently cut out as much
of the between-song banter and space as they could...probably to fit as much as
possible on to a 90 minute cassette. The last part of I'm So Glad is spliced in
from the archive.org version.